Re: [ANE-2] Re: Scale/meter stick
We are using an Italian shovel that is a good shovel shaped like a spade. It
is worthless as a digging tool. I think small American style spades would be
very useful as well as short potato diggers.
On 5/28/08 10:50 AM, "Trudy Kawami" <tkawami@...> wrote:
> Some of us girls/women/females lust after these things too. I'd like to
> know if the Gerber folding shovel holds up well. I had an army folding
> shovel whose locking collar failed within a year (hmm, must have been
> the stuff they sent to Iraq).
> Trudy Kawami
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> For those of you who are interested, here is another online source for
> archaeological related equipment (and in general, if you check out
> other pages on this same site, quite a list of some really cool, but
> mostly totally redundant, "boy toys"...
> Aren Maeir
> Boys will be boys ...
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